Mastering Odoo 11 Development - Introduction to the Odoo Framework
Learn how to customize Odoo and build your own custom Odoo applications. In this video learn the basics of the Odoo framework. Learn how to create your own custom models in Odoo and how to add menus, views and actions.
Learn How to Develop Custom Odoo Applications
Getting started with the Odoo framework Using Developer Mode
In this introduction to building Odoo applications we begin by learning how to create Odoo applications from within developer mode. Please note this can be done using the community edition of Odoo and does not utilize Odoo Studio.
NO PYTHON EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. This video course requires no previous knowledge of python or any other programming language. Instead we create our simple application using Odoo's developer mode. Learn how to work with models, views, and actions. Begin building Odoo applications and understanding how the framework fits together.
UNDERSTAND THE ODOO FRAMEWORK. Before you can start writing Odoo applications it is important you first understand the basics of the Odoo framework. In this course we begin by creating an entirely new model in Odoo to manage pets in an animal clinic. You then learn how to create menus and actions to access your new model. We explore how to create relationships between models such as Many2One and One2Many. Finally we learn how to create simple views to determine how we look at the data in our new models. By the end of the video you should feel comfortable extending Odoo and creating basic applications. All without writing a single line of code!
GREAT FOR PROTOTYPING CUSTOM ODOO APPLICATIONS. This course is not just for Odoo developers. Using what you learn in this video you can prototype Odoo applications without having to spend hours and hours writing custom code. Modify the models and add the fields you need. Create views and actions to view your information and wire it altogether. Now you have a working prototype that will make it easier to communicate requirements and allow team members to collaborate on application development.